Castor an Pollux

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Dioscuri (Pollux or Castor), Roum, Caipitol
Dioscuri (Castor or Pollux), Roum, Caipitol

In Greek an Roman meethology, Castor[1] an Pollux[2] or Polydeuces[3] war twin brothers, thegither kent as the Dioskouri.[4]

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  1. /ˈkæstər/; Laitin: Castōr; Greek: Κάστωρ Kastōr "beaver"
  2. /ˈpɒləks/; Laitin: Pollūx
  3. /ˌpɒlˈdjsz/; Greek: Πολυδεύκης Poludeukēs "much sweet wine"
    Bloomsbury (1996), "Dioscuri", Dictionary of Myth, London: Bloomsbury Publishing 
  4. /dˈɒskjər/; Laitin: Dioscūrī; Greek: Διόσκουροι Dioskouroi "sons o Zeus", frae Dias (=Zeus) an Kouros